Medford and Ashland, Oregon
(541) 210-5687

McClane Duncan, ND

“As a physician and neighbor my mission is to practice medicine that restores vitality, fosters a culture of wellness, and empowers my patients to lead strong healthy lives now and down the road.”

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541-210-5687
Twitter: @DPCDoctor

 

My Approach

My medical approach is rooted in Vitalism, a system of medicine that focuses on cure, using the body's own innate ability to heal. I employ time tested natural therapies as well as the latest medical technology to develop sustainable health plans that empower my patients to take control of their health.

It is my intention to make complex medicine simple, reconnect people with their bodies, and teach my patients the foundations of health.

My Background

As a native of Utah I grew up in a small farming community at the base of the Uintah Mountains. There among the mountain streams and rugged peaks I fell in love with Nature and developed a deep appreciation for its natural systems. As life would have it another force of nature, cancer, struck my family as it has so many families across this nation. And as in most cases my father battled through surgery and chemotherapy only to become weaker and more susceptible to his cancer. As my father slowly lost his resolve for life, my resolve to find answers and a more sensible approach to medicine became stronger and I found a system of medicine that teaches to strengthen the body’s natural disease fighting ability. As a physician I bring this fresh perspective to my community, a perspective that is resolute in helping people become stronger, better adapted to fight illness, and better educated about their health options.

Therapies I Commonly Utilize

 

  • Injection Therapies (Ozone, Prolotherapy/Neurotherapy)
  • Nutritional IV Therapy
  • Nature Cure
  • Fasting
  • Botanical Medicine

Education

  • Undergraduate Degree:  Bachelor of Science in Biology; University of Houston-Downtown
  • Doctorate Degree:  Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine; Bastyr University
  • Post Graduate Training:  Prolotherapy, Neurotherapy, and Ozone therapy; Klinghardt Academy
  • Anthroposophical Medical Training

Areas of Interests

  • Complementary Cancer Care
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Diabetes
  • Neurological Conditions
  • Metabolic Conditioning
  • IV Medicine
  • Injection Therapies:  Prolotherapy, Neurotherapy, Ozone, Chelation
  • Natural Pain Management
  • Anthroposophical Medicine

Member Organizations

  • SPAN:  The Society for Physicians of Anthroposophic and Naturopathic Medicine
  • NAPCP:  Naturopathic Academy of Primary Care Physicians
  • OANP:  Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians
  • AARM: Association for the Advancement of Restorative Medicine